Welcome to Belmont online!
Belmont Synagogue is an orthodox community of six hundred families in north-west London founded in the mid-1960s. We have a wide range of communal activities including daily services, educational programmes and special activities for all age groups.
The community is led by Rabbi Marc Levene and his wife Lisa, as well as Chair, Barbara Mazliah, and a Board of Management.
No longer one of the best kept secrets in the United Synagogue, we are surrounded by excellent Jewish primary and secondary schools.
Belmont is also surrounded by an eruv, which connects to other local eruvim and makes it easier to celebrate Shabbat with friends and family.
You will find more about Belmont on this website but the best way to get to know us it to visit. We promise you a very warm welcome.
Shabbat 22/23 November
Mincha, Maariv, Kabalat Shabbat and Shabbat start 3:48pm
Children's Service 10:45am
Mincha follows Kiddush
Shabbat ends 4:54pm
Sunday 24 November
Mincha and Maariv 3:55pm
Monday 25 November - Friday 29 November
Shacharit will be at the usual times, except for Friday (Rosh Chodesh) when it will be at 6:45am
Mincha 1:15pm (Monday and Thursday only)
WOW monthly broadcast
WOW offers a women's WhatsApp monthly broadcast - a five minute Jewish thought, direct to your phone. To register please email Lisa Levene directly with your number or call Sharon in the office on 020 8426 0104.
2:00pm - 3:00pm every Tuesday Pilates
All ladies welcome
Shabbat Morning 9:00am
Join Rabbi Levene as we explore fascinating stories from the Prophets.with coffee and cake
Shabbat 14 December - Family Breakfast
Join us for a family breakfast at 10:45am. Please save the date, and email David Lerner to let him know if you are coming.
8:00pm Thursday 21 November Sci-Fi Club
Is There Life In The Universe?
Shabbat 23 November Family Shabbat Lunch
Please join us for a fish lunch – all families with children aged 0-18 are welcome. Please book online.
Sunday 24 November Mitzvah Day
Join us for Afternoon Tea and Entertainment – we will also be collecting items for charities.
Monday 25 November Belmont Golf Society
Call (07968 720316) or email Nigel Charig to be included
8:00pm Tuesday 26 November Women's Learning Series
Join us for Part One of our series for the women of the community, where we ask “Shul: Where Do I Fit In?”
8:00pmThursday 28 November Speakers' Corner
Ian Keable will be speaking about the Magic of Charles Dickens. Book online.
7:30am Sunday 1 December F@B Winter Extravaganza – Simon & Garfunkel
Join us to listen to the Sounds of Simon, and enjoy a three course dinner. Tickets are £30 and can be booked online
Shabbat 7 December Election Hustings
As has been our practice in the past, we are inviting the general election candidates for Harrow East to address us and respond to some questions. This will be after Kiddush on Shabbat 7 December. We expect this session to last for no more than 45 minutes. As this is a short Shabbat there will be no sermon that week. This will be an opportunity to hear the views of the various candidates and express our concerns and priorities by way of our questions. We hope that the candidates will treat each other with the same courtesy we will extend them as our guests on a Shabbat morning. If you would like to suggest some questions to ask the candidates please email David Lerner with your questions. There won’t be more than four questions and we assume there will be some common concerns.
5:15pm-6:15pm Shabbat 28 December Musical Chanukah Havdallah Party
Families with children under 18 are invited to join the Levene family at home. Please book through the office.
8:00pm Tuesday 7 January KLBD Roadshow
Come and try Kosher products that are available in your local supermarket. Book online
3-5 May 2020 Poland Trip
Please join Rabbi Levene and Tzvi Sperber of JRoots on this meaningful journey. All details can be found here. We need a certain number of people to express interest before we can issue flight times, so please do speak to Rabbi Levene, or reserve your place on the booking link as soon as possible.